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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1898)
I Office rooms 18-19 (10 to 18 a.m
Burr Block 3to5p.m
I Res. 25t8 Q t5t 1 Son. 3to
Dr. 0. C. Reynolds
Office 375 lW' L- DaytOn, M. D. 0ffl. ? O Street 1 10 to 1
(Diseases of Ere, Eai.vi and Throat I Rcs.lS210 Street 1 2:30 to
IDr. S. E. Cook
f Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
1215 O St.
1 Office, ZebmoK Block i 9 to 10 a m
1 Vl2 to 12:30
671. 1 I Residence. 1313 C street ) 2 to 4 p m
treeing, by appointment. Sunday a 12 to 1 p. m. and by appointment.
Dr. Ben j. P. Bailey
aoe 1lDr. J.S.Eaton,
Beidence 562 J Surgery and Nervous Dieaes
1 2 to 4 p. m
Office, 137 So. Hth St. 12 a. m.
I itours xu 10
IDr. J. B. Triokey;
I Refractionist only
9 to 12 a.m
Office, 1035 O street VI to 4 p.m.
1 , . . . I Office, rooms 26, 27 and I
530-hLOUiS N. Wente.D.D.S.i l.Brownell Block, 137 V
) (so 11th street. )
Dr. P. D. Sherwin
( Office, room 19 Burr Blk ) 9 to 12 a m
J 2nd floor
(Res.agQQst 1 I to p.
Once our customer alwa3Ts our customer.
If 3rou are not satisfied with your fuel try the Clark Coal
Company and you will be pleased. Tel. 105. 1009 O St.
of all kindB we carry in our com- $
plete stock and have many rich X
and handsome opera glasses for 2
wedding gifts. Our leading spe-
cialtv is the testing and fitting the I
eyesight with proper glased. If X
jour sight is defective we can aid X
and strengthen it. We test the
EU All I "HVI -11430 Street,
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XR'WJE$r,KR AND OPTICIAN.
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LAUNDRY COMPANY 2
(Strangers in Omaha are invited to visit our store and inspect the greatee V
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An the entire west Exposition souvenirs in great variety. Don't forget the m
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A CONTENTED WOMAN
k the one who has baking and cooking to do
GENUINE VALNUT BLOCK COAL,
cleaned and well screened from the
CENTERVILLE BLOCK GOAL CO.
A hot oven or stove rewards her, and she
doesn't have to pile In by the bucket lulL Any
size, MO delivered. JJ9 booth Twelfth
street: Theme 397. Yard 'phone 382.
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Mr. P. W. Plank of Denver has been
visiting his ft tends in Lincoln.
Mrs. Guy A. Broarn has returned
from. Omaha very much improved in
Married on Tuesday noon in the pres
ence of friends Mrs. Maggie E. Baxter
to Mr. O. E. Houck by the Rev. Tingle.
Mr. Moses Scudder of New York has
been in Lincoln this week. He has
made many friends who are glad busi
ness brings him here frequently.
Lieut. Charles O. Pulis of the Third
regiment returned on Wednesday to the
regiment stationed at Savannah, Ga. It
has been ordered to Cuba.
Don Adams, Roy Schick, Fred Will
iams, Harry .McKillip, Fred Rain,
Frank Buckstaff. and Fred Cooley,
members of the Beta Theta Pi fratern
ity, went to Omaha in a body "to see
A letter received from Geo. A. Love
land, director of the Nebraska weather
bureau, brings the information that bis
father died on" Saturday last, at Nor
wich, Vt. Mr. Loveland will return to
Lincoln at the close of the week.
Lieut. Frank S. Burr, U. S. A., has
gone to Fart Snelling, Minn., to join his
regiment, the Third infantry, which has
figured in the Indian outbreak. Lieu
tenant Burr was accompanied by Lieu
tenant Edwards of the same regiment.
Chief of Police Hoagland has returned
from Bunker.Hill, 111., where he spent a
weak at the bedside of his wife's brother.
Mrs. Hoagland did not return home, as
her brother's condition has not improved
in the least, and but little hopes ol bis
recovery are entertained.
Married on Wednesday at the home of
the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Barkshire, 1525 North Twenty
eighth street, Miss Ina Tibbils to Mr.
Bert T. Pentzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. T.
C. Pentzer. The usual number of in
terested friends heartily wish them
Mr. Lew Wessel, the founder and suc
cessful publisher of The Cocbieb for
many jeare. is visiting relatives in Lin
coln. He has many friends who are
glad to learn of his prosperity. He lives
in Chicago and is publisher of the Ar
kansas Traveler and proprietor of a sta
Word has been received from Section
Director George A. Loveland, who was
called to his home in Vermont a few
days ago by the sickness of his father,
that hlsfathei is in a critical condition,
and not expected to live. During Mr.
Loveland's absence Observer James H.
Spencer is in charge of the local weather
A club with the title of Lincoln Club
has been formed, the purpose of which
is simply the cultivation of social pleas
ures. It is officered by the following:
President, Edward Gugenheim; vice
president, J. T. Brown; eecr tary, A.
Herminghaus; treasurer, Frank DuTeil:
committee on arrangements, Charles
Schmittel, L. A. Bolshaw and R. If.
Law lor. The c'.ub will give its first hop
The university Y. M. C. A. has
adopted a very clever scheme for getting
more members. The boys have been
divided into two classes. One class
wears a bit of red ribbon and the other
blue. It is agreed that whichever cla s
fails to secure the most new members by
a certain date shall treat the association
to a barrel of apples.
On Saturday last Misses Alice and
Bessie Wing gave an afternoon tea to a
large number of friends. The house was
tilled with roses and the two young
hostesses were assisted by their aunt,
Mrs. Henry G. Lewis, and Mesdames
Lewis, S. H. Burnbam, C. E. Bessey,
Hudson Imhoff, A. W. Mitchell; Mieees
Laura Haggard, Stella Rice, Edith
Lewis, Margaret Lewis, Helen Woods,
and Joy Webster.
Among the Lincoln people in Omaha
on Wednesday were Miss Charlotte
Clark, Mrs. U. S. Freeman, Mrs. Marg
arit G. Smith, Messrs. John and Ralph
Reed, H. G. Whitmore, V. F. Lehmer,
Misses Be3sieSizer,Sallie Berkson,Gere,
Ames, Mesdames Field, Ricketts, Saw
yer, Munger. Summers, Richardson.
Bartruff, Depu, Franklin, Plummer,
Rehlander,'Scotf, Mrs Newmark, Mrs.
H. H. Wilson, Mrs. Stonebraker, Mrs.
Kelley, and many others.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo H. Clark gave two
card parties on Monday and on Tuesday
nights. On Monday night the guests
played old fashioned euchre. The
games were so rapidly played that every
body was kept moving. Mr. Will Green
took one royal prize and Mrs. Mark Til
ton the other. On Tuesday nieht thpr
were thirteen tables of progressive
euchre and Mr. and Mrs. Rudge took
the royal prizes. The rooms were lav
ishly decorated with palms and roses.
The following guests enjoyed thor
oughly a party given by the Misses Edna
and Alice Spears at their home Satur
day afternoon: Misses Edna Harpham,
Cora Schle3inger, Margerie Loomis,
Emma Dalby, Louise Hargreave&,
Gladys Hargreavee, Marie Weesner.Faye
Rawls, Beth Marshall, Jessie Outcalt,
Claire Funke, Ruin Raymond, Elsie Fa
well, Mable Muir, Helen MacFarland,
Mildred Parks, Maggie Honeywell,
Louise McQuinnie, Genevea Woodruff
and Elizabeth Cunningham.
At the home of Mrs. Frank Woods on
Monday night Miss Herbert Jaynes,
Miss Edith Jackson, Miss Wood John
son, Miss Maud Macomber, Miss Ger
trude Macomber of Omaha and Miss
Elfreda Haecker of St. Paul, Minn.,
Miss Nona Bridge of Fremont and Miss
Allie Fuller of Lincoln were initiated
into the Delta Gamma fraternity amid
the solemnity and pleasure usually in
evidence upon such occasione. Before
the initiation two dczen American
beauty roses were received from the Al
pha Epsilon fraternity.
Mrs. Coffroth's tea on Tuesday after
noon was one of the pleasantest func
tions of the week. It gave an opportun
ity to meet and greet Mrs. Hewitt and
Mrs. Barnard both of whom are old res
idents of Lincoln and possess many
warm friends. Mrs. Coffroth received
her guests assisted by Mesdames Hewitt
and Barnard and, Gere and Beeson.
Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Wright, Mra.
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